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  1. A magnitude 7.0M earthquake1 rocked Haiti in January of 2010, when our daughter Riley was only a few months old. A 7.0 is big. By January 24, 52 aftershocks measuring 4.5 or greater were recorded. Haiti is a country with high national debt, poor hous...
  2. Third World Code Blue

    Anatomy of a Code I just left a code blue, a very successful one. Yes, the patient died; he never had a rhythm. But a list of the learning experiences we had this morning would cover two pages. At the beginning of the debrief, I thanked the patie...
  3. PinayNanayNurse

    "Simple Art of Caring"

    Nursing is an artNursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, It requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation, as any painter's or sculptor's work; for what is the having to do with dead canvas or dead marble, compared with having to do...
  4. I have worked first in Dubai as RN also,I took DHA exam and passed. The eligibility letter was handed to my Employer Dubai based and made it to license. After two years I was offered in other hospital in Sharjah. In Sharjah,we need MOH License. So I ...
  5. There are many reasons why international nursing experiences are important. Some reasons include global understanding, increased knowledge, increased self-confidence, and increased cultural competence. As a student, these experiences can help guide a...
  6. Untitled and Unfinished Journey

    January 8 of this year, I vividly recalled how my companion and I arrived at an old medium sized four-story building which we first thought to be only as our apartment. As we got off the van, the cold misty air loomed around us as if warning us of so...
  7. Searching for the Purpose

    While entering the male ward, my attention was caught by a thin, pale boy who has a blanket all over his body, with arms wrap on his eyes. His bed sheet was messy and dirty, he is sweating (no air condition) and his skin is dry. Suddenly our instruct...
  8. A midwife is an individual with required training and certified by the board to practice as a midwife. A midwife attends to various gynecology and obstetric cases as well the foetus. Midwife enhances maternal and child health in the global healthcare...
  9. A Life for a Life

    For nine months she carried him in her uterus. Made sure she gets enough sleep and was able to take her iron pills and milk regularly as advised by her Obstetrician. She read him books and let him hear classical music on her iPod because she believes...
  10. Caring for a patient must be no limitation and no boundaries. It should be given freely, compassionately under the standards of nursing care practice. But somehow, it is not being given in a way that it should because of uncontrollable factors that e...
  11. Am not just a nurse

    Am not just a nurse by profession Have been trained to make it my nature With my meekly tender on motion Blissfully showing the sick my affections Irrespective of their conditions A vow I pledged during my induction I am not just a nurse but a savior...
  12. Let me first say thank you for not ignoring this article and for letting this little art piece of mine reach your mind. Today, I spent 3o minutes of my time trying to join the contest "Write a Nursing Article and Win a Cash". I have put so much ...
  13. rissajacintorn

    Treating Angels Instead

    My story started at the parking lot of one fast-food chain... One hot day, my friend and I went to the town to look for an opportunity that may give us chance to work as Nurse outside the country. The dilemma that every nurse faced... worki...
  14. The Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) is widely used, and recognised as best practice when caring for patients who are end of life. It aim is to guide the multi-disciplinary team in areas such as discontinuation of fluids, medicines and the pathway gives ...
  15. Hi, I just completed my diploma in engineering field, but I just realised that Im still intetested in medic line. Biology is my fav subject as always, but since Ive got a better result in Physics, so then I proceed to study engineering. As my parents...
  16. Once upon a time, I encountered the most unexpected milestone of my life... I still find it a blessing that after 4 years, I was able to sacrifice my time and effort to leave California and adjust to life in the Philippines. I still remember my ...
  17. Almost every parent hoped their son or daughter will finish up Nursing during my time and I think it continues on to the present. It is because of the promise of working abroad. The demand for nurses really perked up a few years back. I guess it was ...
  18. Woes of A Foreign Nurse

    I was only 29 years old when I came here to work as a nurse. I was what they call a "foreign nurse". I was born and raised in the Philippines and was fortunate to land a job in one of the hospitals in Upstate New York. To get the job, I applied ...
  19. Life in the Nursing Profession

    You have a wide variety of degrees/professions to choose from. Choose wherever you are good at. Choose whatever makes you happy. For most students, they don't really have a choice because their careers are predetermined by their parents ever since th...
  20. I have never heard so many "nos" as I did today. For the first time in these four years I felt that I have been the biggest fool on Earth. I am a foreign nurse form Panama trying to get a job in the United States. Many people say, "There are plenty o...
  21. XB9S

    NHS financial crisis

    It seems to be in the news every day, hospitals declaring huge deficits and difficulty in meeting the financial requirments being asked of them. Pensions of all public service workers are being targeted which affects the vast majority of workers in h...
  22. You Can't Be Naked in the Hall

    Now, I barely blink when my report sheet has ten names on it, and I've embraced the slower pace of life here. It seems that a lot of my favorite moments on the wards involve little-naked kids running around. Last week was no exception. The wards are ...